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Underwater real estate | Straight.com Vancouver

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Underwater real estate | Straight.com Vancouver

Oh dear, oh dear.

Not what one wants to read after a week of heavy rain. Maybe I have to move.

I have little to add, except that I doubt the LRSP will get a new iteration. Like the article says, it is too contentious. Richmond should not have been developed the way it has been, and should not be growing this way now. It is too late to stop it, we cannot turn back the clock and we need to make sure that the population here is safe. And that will cost a lot and they (we) will have to pay for it.

Written by Stephen Rees

November 23, 2006 at 11:37 am

Posted in Urban Planning

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